The Lord Roberts

The Lord Roberts
24 Broad Street, Nottingham, NG1 3AN
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Adele Cliff: Sheep

Popular nerd Adele Cliff presents her gag-packed debut hour, all about individuality, searching for friends, following, fitting in and actual sheep. Dave's Funniest Jokes of the Fringe 2016 and 2017. UK Pun Championships finalist 2018. Funny Women Awards Regional finalist 2018. Huffington Post's Ten Must See New Acts…

Fri 2 Nov

£5.50 / 0115 910 0009

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

Alex Hylton: Everybody's Different And I'm The Same

Alex Hylton is unique. Just like everybody else. Join one of Huffington Post's Must See New Acts of the Fringe as he tries to find out what makes him so special in this hilarious new show.

Fri 2 Nov

£5 / 0115 910 0009

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

  • 21:30

Ben Macpherson : By Myself

We all die alone and that's hilarious. Ben Macpherson invites you all to step into his isolation tank, and witness  the wonders therein. Bizarre, absurd character comedy from one of Nottingham's most promising comedians all around the theme of isolation and loneliness. Is no man truly an island?

Sun 4 Nov

£7.70 (£5.50) / 0115 910 0009

Ben Macpherson: By Myself

Hilarious character comedy about isolation, loneliness and independence. It’s Uplifting! The rising star of the Nottingham comedy scene and Edinburgh Fringe sellout Ben Macpherson reveals the emotional turmoil of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, just exactly what 90s kids will remember and the dark truth of Angela Lansbury.

Sun 4 Nov

£5 to £7 / 0115 910 0009

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

  • 19:30

Ben Shannon: 500 Bens of Shannon

Following on from last year's sell out show at the Nottingham Comedy Festival Ben is back with some more stories and words about cats. There'll be tales from the 500 gigs he's performed at to date (Not all of them don't panic) and maybe the odd poem.

Thu 8 Nov

£3.30 / 0115 910 0009

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

Daniel Nicholas: A Sides, B Sides and Rarities

Dan used to really love a band so much, to the point that he would collect every single (CDs that is), just so he could listen to that extra track, the B Side. Sure he could have downloaded it from limewire, but there was nothing more important than persuading his mum to spend £1.95 on Amazon, just so he could add that…

Sat 3 Nov

Free / 0115 910 0009

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

Dervish and Mather: Funny Side Of The Moon

Spoken word, musical multimedia mastermind and semi-finalist of the Musical Comedian Award 2018, and "ultra-cynical" Kathryn Mather, winner of the Frog and Bucket World Series 2017, join together to bring you Funny Side Of The Moon - an exclusive hour of crafted jokes and musical comedy on their world tour of England. Be…

Fri 9 Nov

Free / 0115 910 0009

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

Freddie Farrell: Jerk-In-Progress

Freddie released his debut show 'Excuse Me While I Burst Into Flames' with American record label Comedy Dynamics in 2017, it sold and streamed more copies than he could ever have imagined. Now he's back with bits and pieces to put together his second show. Come and enjoy Freddie's brand of raw comedy with no reservations.

Sat 10 Nov

£2.25 / 0115 910 0009

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

Georgie Morrell: A Poke in the Eye

One woman. One eye. And her (sort of) blind life… As heard on BBC Radio 4, join Georgie Morrell for her critically-acclaimed debut solo show. Using her wit, charm and anecdotes, Georgie tells the story of how she went blind but now she can see…literally! Do your other senses really get stronger? Is it wrong to crack onto…

Sat 10 Nov

£11 (£8.80) / 0115 910 0009

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

Jeanette Bird-Bradley and Friends

After two packed out NCF shows, Jeanette's back, but this time she didn't have enough material for a whole show, so she's brought along some funny pals. Join Jeanette and these exciting folks from the Nottingham comedy world. You will do some laughing. Featuring Ben Shannon, Rosie Francis, John Hardy and special guests

Wed 7 Nov

£5.50 / 0115 910 0009

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

Laura Lexx: Trying

Laura Lexx is an award winning stand-up comedian who puts on such gloriously uplifting shows that a reviewer once couldn't help but say “One can only hope there’s some life altering catastrophe around the corner for Lexx”. (BroadwayBaby 2015). Luckily, life can't always rumble along quietly and in 2016 everyone's…

Mon 5 Nov

£5.50 / 0115 910 0009

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

Laura Monmoth: LGBTQZX

Laura Monmoth had a problem. Battling demons, jealousy and breakdowns. This is the story of how a lifelong addiction to retro gaming caused all three, and forced the biggest change in her life.

Tue 6 Nov

£5.50 / 0115 910 0009

Laura Monmoth: LGBTQZX

Jealousy is a terrible thing. Laura Monmoth possesses an infinite amount. She's spent her life jealous of her friends having what she didn't. And she's jealous of half the population of the planet. Featuring animation, a parade of silliness, and even karaoke; this is the story of how one minor event in 1987 caused the…

Tue 6 Nov

£5 / 0115 910 0009

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

  • 21:00

Mark Vigil: insTED Talks

Mark Vigil presents four characters, each delivering a TED Talk, sort of, ish. You will laugh, you may cry, you will learn - as you are taken on a journey exploring the world, the future of technology and falling in love with strippers. Nominated Best Debut Show - Leicester Comedy Festival.

Thu 8 Nov

£5.50 / 0115 910 0009

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

Matt Hoss: A Hoss With No Name

Welcome to the first bi-annual meeting of the ‘Matt Hoss Fan Club’. First Agenda: Who is Matt Hoss? Apparently he is "Warm and endearingly funny" (NARC Magazine). That's all very nice, but who is he really? This uplifting stand-up hour about self-identity discusses everything it means to be ‘Matt Hoss’.

Mon 5 Nov

£5.50 / 0115 910 0009

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

Nick Revell: Broken Dream Catcher

Variations on the BBC R4 series, including Vladmir Putin’s Bottom Is Missing,Clash of the Hipster Shamans

Wed 7 Nov

£9.90 (£8.80) / 0115 910 0009

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

Sarah Johnson: Mum's Going to Ibiza

If you were invited to a 50th birthday party in Ibiza, would you go? To help you decide, Sarah takes you on her journey and it's one you'll never forget. Winner of What's on Readers' Award 2017 – Best Midlands Comedy Breakthrough Act.

Fri 9 Nov

£5.50 / 0115 910 0009

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

Thomas Green: Doubting Thomas

Thomas Green brings Nottingham his new hour Doubting Thomas. Green looks at life after leaving religion, teaching and moving abroad. With a new found view on life and his affable, excitable presence, this is not a show to be missed.

Tue 6 Nov

£5.50 / 0115 910 0009

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

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